Cheryl and Liam Payne are still battling to DOUBLE the size of their mansion amid rumours of 'relationship rift'

Posted on Feb 20 2018 - 12:08pm by admin

Liam Payne and CherylLiam Payne and Cheryl are still fighting to double the size of their mansion amid relationship rift rumours [Instagram]

Cheryl and Liam Payne are still battling to double the size of their Surrey mansion, despite their rumoured ‘relationship rift’.

The One Direction singer’s personal life has been at the centre of speculation of late with reports that he and Cheryl – parents of baby Bear – are desperately trying to keep their relationship afloat after spending too much time apart.

However, the couple are still attempting to win planning permission to turn their country home into a mega-mansion, putting speculation of a rift between them at bay. 

Cheryl and Liam PayneCheryl and Liam Payne welcomed their first baby together in March 2017 [Getty]

The pair are awaiting approval from the council after submitting several applications to extend their house, according to The Daily Mail. 

Their applications lay out their plans to add a guest house and an indoor pool to their abode. 

Plus, the famous couple want to add a brand new super-sized garage to their home, in which to house their expensive fleet of vehicles. 

Liam Payne and Cheryl want to turn their house into a mega-mansionLiam Payne and Cheryl want to turn their house into a mega-mansion [Instagram/ liam payne]

Between them, Liam and Cheryl have vehicles worth over £1million. 

Harry Styles’s co-star is also the proud owner of the 1960 Ford Anglia 105E which featured in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

But the couple have had difficulty getting their requests approved, with the council refusing the plans for the property he shares with his Girls Aloud girlfriend and their son Bear. 

Liam Payne has revealed that Cheryl picked the name Bear for their sonLiam Payne wanted a garage to house his and Cheryl’s expensive cars [FLYNET ]
 

The council deemed their plans “inappropriate” because of nearby mature trees and green belt land. 

However now they’re attempting to fight the decision, after a public notice appeared on the council website on February 9 claiming that the appeal was once again ‘pending’.

Liam bought the lavish £5.1m Woking property in March 2015, a few months before they became parents to baby Bear. 

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